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Private Practice 6 Seasons 2011

Season 4
(72) IMDb 8/10

12. Heaven Can Wait TV-14 CC

Addison tries to keep her distance from flirtatious Dr. Rodriguez.

Starring:
Kate Walsh, Tim Daly
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
February 3, 2011

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mohit G. on September 1, 2011
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Frankly, i watched the first two season of the show because I'm a huge Kate Walsh fan but the season 1 & 2 were nothing special. Season 3 was a step towards improvement and it showed and season 4 is the best season so far. I'll break down each character's storyline:
1) Addison: Addie had an on and off relationship with Sam. She wants a baby but Sam doesn't. Ultimately, she'll have to choose between the two. Addie's mother, Bizzy returns this season and puts her in a position which screws with her head badly. Personally, I thought the Bizzy storyline was well written and realistic. In the finale, Addison got a new love interest in Benjamin Bratt. Season 5 will tell who'll she end up with and will she finally get her wish...a baby.
2) Charlotte and Cooper: Early on this season, Char gets assaulted and raped. This entire storyline was beautifully handled. KaDee Strickland showed her talent and proved herself with this difficult role. Cooper is with Char every step of the way, holding her hand and being a nice boyfriend. Char and Coop finally become true to each other and get married.
3) Sam: He is confused between Naomi and Addison but neither are on the same page as him. He wants to be with Addie but she grows apart and he struggles with the relationship.
4) Naomi: She realizes her responsibilities as a grandmother and inherits millions from her boyfriend William White after his death. Gabriel returns this season and gives Nae an interesting proposition. She also realizes that she ain't happy at the practice anymore and moves to DC with Gabriel and Dell's daughter, Betsey in the finale.
5) Violet: She finally gets married to Pete after some initial hesitation.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Valena Fields on March 11, 2012
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Thank You Amazon for having everyone's favorite show's they can get here at any time, it is a great back-up plan for my husband and I when Tivo didn't record or deleted something we needed still, it's saved us alot.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P.C. on August 24, 2011
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FROM ALL THE MEDICAL SHOWS THAT I WATCH (AND THEY ARE A LOT), THIS IS MY
FAVORITE ONE. I LOVE ALL THE ISSUES, DRAMAS AND ROMANTIC SCENES FROM ALL THE
DOCTORS . I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT IF YOU LIKE THIS TYPE OF THEMES.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Catlady2 on April 9, 2011
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I've been an avid fan of this series from day one. I thoroughly enjoy Grey's Anatomy and find Private Practice to be in the same league with Grey's Anatomy. Good writing, good character development and good scenery! This show makes me laugh and cry a lot. I love the characters! Highly recommended.
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Actually, it's my wife that watches Private Practice, but she's too busy catching up on the episodes to write, so I'm doing this on her behalf. It's really a nighttime soap opera with "regular" TV/movie actors. It's a guilty pleasure for her, I'm sure, and probably fun to see people who are way more screwed up than we are. (How this lasted 6 seasons astounds me.)
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Season 4 Private Practice had it's ups and downs this season. I really got into parts of the season, then it seemed to fall back and was a bit boreing. I did not care for the one on one psych sessions which began every openor with Addison. This is for a mature late teen to young adult watcher. There was enough going on to want to see more.
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By JT on February 5, 2013
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"Private Practice" characters' roles and personalities are always changing. The way they interact with one another are also different each episode, so the show is not predictable nor boring. It is a DRAMA, though, with very little humor interjected. Tends to be a bit too serious at times...
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In 2007, Shonda Rhimes (creator/executive producer of "Grey's Anatomy" and writer of "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement") developed a spin-off of "Grey's Anatomy" titled "Private Practice" based on the life of Dr. Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh). For the most part, "Private Practice" Season One lasted about nine episodes and received a so/so reception from fans.

"Private Practice - The Complete Fourth Season" features 22 episodes on five discs. Here are spoilerless summaries for each episode:

DISC: 1

EPISODE 55 - Take Two - The aftermath after the death of Dell and how everyone must move on.
EPISODE 56 - Short Cuts - Pete and Cooper deal with a mother who is giving her autistic child her medical marijuana. Addison and Sam decide that Naomi should know about their relationship.
EPISODE 57 - Playing God - The driver who killed Dell shows up at Oceanside and has a heart attack at the center. Sam must treat the man he loathes.
EPISODE 58 - A Better Place to Be - Dell's daughter, Betsey, is given up by her mother and now the friends must decide if one of the them should take Betsey in.
EPISODE 59 - In or Out - Addison disagrees with a new oncologist in regards to a newborn who has a malignant tumor.

DISC 2:

EPISODE 60 - All in the Family - Addison and Sam clash over a comatose patient.
EPISODE 61 - Did You Hear What Happened to Charlotte King? - Charlotte is beaten and raped but she wants to keep her rape secret. Meanwhile, because no report is made..the rapist could be let out free.
EPISODE 62 - What Happens Next - Charlotte deals with her assault but can Addison keep Charlotte's rape a secret.
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